In 2011 Xenia Gogu participated in a music project organized by Gilles Apap, playing as soloist with the Vallès Youth Orchestra.
Xenia was born in 1992 in Chisinau, Moldova. She started her violin studies at Sergey Rachmaninov School of Music, Chisinau. In 2005-2006 Xenia entered the Artistic and Secondary Music School Oriol Martorell in Barcelona with Prof. Heriberto Fonseca. In three years, she got a place and a scholarship (Music and Dance Excellence Scheme) at The Purcell School of Music in London with Prof. Evgeny Grach. Between 2011 and 2013 she studied in Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Madrid with Prof. Zakhar Bron and Prof. Yuri Volguin. She has also attended master classes with Natalia Boyarsky, Eva Graubin, Mauricio Fucks and Eduard Grach.
Since the academic year 2013-2014, she is studying at the Hanns Eisler Hochshule für Musik in Berlin with Prof. Kolja Blacher and Prof. Michail Mücke.
Xenia has won several prizes in Spanish national competitions, such as First Prize in “Cordes de Barcelona” and Second Prizes in “ L’Arjau” and “Joves Musicals en Sant Cugat”.
She has given some solo recitals in various halls in Barcelona, Madrid and London. In 2011 Xenia participated in a music project organized by Gilles Apap, playing as soloist with the Vallès Youth Orchestra. As a chamber musician she has performed in Wigmore Hall with her trio while studying in London and with her string quartet in many important cities in Spain, like Madrid, Murcia, Santander and Granada during her studies in Madrid. She has received chamber music lessons from Heime Müller, Günter Pichler and Eckard Runge. Xenia has also participated in many orchestra projects, with conductors such as Max Valdés, Pablo González, Péter Csaba, Antoni Ros Marbà and Frans Helmerson. She assisted to Mahler Chamber Orchestra Academy, giving concerts in Dortmund, Essen and Köln under the conducting of Pablo Heras Casado.